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3/17: FINGER PUPPET GOVERNMENT

FINGER PUPPET GOVERNMENT

MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS

The term Deep State is now being used by the mainstream media. The words are being used as a substitute for shadow government, technocracy, and puppet government. Whatever axiom suits you, whatever words you are comfortable with, they are used to best describe a government that is being ruled form the margins. A government that has been taken over by intelligence operations — a government that is taking orders from the National Security apparatus.

In the main lobby of the CIA Headquarters there is an ironic message that is engraved in the stone wall under the emblazoned seal of the eagle. The message says “And Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.” The Truth. The words of truth on the wall of a building whose very job is to lie. Their job, according to former CIA Chief William Casey was to keep secrets not only from groups that would threaten the United States, but from it’s own citizens as well. We have been told the CIA was organized as a peacetime intelligence service.

In the beginning, it was clearly stressed by Harry S. Truman that the CIA was not a Homegrown Gestapo Agency that was spying and lying to the American people. But Cold War paranoia had set in and it fueled the new CIA. It was growing into a much bigger monster.

A monster that was affiliated with covert ops, communications control and spin doctoring, and mind control experiments like MK Ultra. Not that the CIA even bothered to tell President Truman. They were given the reins of power and with a little twist were able to get virtually whatever they wanted. Truman later learned what the CIA was doing and realized that this mob was taking over.

That the CIA was becoming the subversive group that used propaganda and psychological warfare, for control of the populace. The CIA was also spying on American citizens. President Dwight David Eisenhower in his farewell speech warned us of what was to come.

It was an all out influence by the Military Industrial Complex, but Pandora’s Box apparently was already opened. Even before the end of World War II, the newly structured confrontation between the world of Communism and the West was the product of ex-Nazis who made deals with American intelligence in order to avoid hanging in The Hague. Nazi Intelligence operatives and scientists were brought to the United States in exchange for information they allegedly had about Russian plans to declare war on the United States.

This alone was the reason the United States employed enormous intelligence agencies like the CIA that had the power, invisibly, to wage underground warfare, economic as well as military, anywhere, including methods of warfare never before imagined. These conflicts had to be tactically designed as to not trigger nuclear mutually assured destruction or else tremendous loss of life could occur, and there was always the much-desired pocketing of trillions of dollars made in the manufacturing of war equipment.

It was at this time that the plans for the New World Order were being proposed.

The lies and the cover-ups got way out of hand. Deals were being made under the table, with past enemies and with even worse ideals. It was documented that we were even hiring Nazi researchers to carry out similar experiments on the American people, much like the Jews.

The CIA even got the services of Reinhard Gehlen who served as chief of Nazi Intelligence during the war, even though the hiring of Nazi’s was illegal in the United States. Gehlen’s purpose or so it seemed was to manufacture an “Evil Empire” moniker to stir up hatred towards the Russians.

Russia was our ally against the Nazis and then with a little Nazi tinkering we were against the Russians. The sentiment lingered and we soon were in a Cold War.

This would mean fundamentally the CIA was created with Nazi ties and that the whole Cold War was manufactured. It was always perceived that the Russian Empire was combat Ready that they had a 10-1 advantage over American troops. It was also said that the Russians were ready to attack West Germany as early as 1946.

The sad truth that never made it to the history books is that the red Army was under equipped over extended half of their transport vehicles were still horse drawn. This “evil” empire was battle weary and poor. Yet the Russians were demonized by the Nazi attitude in the CIA and the Networks within the group exaggerated weapons figures and Army capabilities. The Russians were no threat.

American policy however was manipulated and the people wanted to be protected from the once trusted Russians. Only they did not that a notorious Nazi spy had orchestrated the propaganda with Allen Dulles who was head of the OSS, the pre CIA. Allen Dulles was the same man who approved the CIA drug experiments that were used to create sleeper assassins. The Mk Ultra experiments. He also was involved with open air tests that killed many U.S. citizens. He was later fired by Kennedy and the CIA was about to be broken up. Kennedy stated that he was going to splinter the agency into thousands of pieces and scatter them to the winds. He didn’t live to see that dream come true.

Many people do not believe this but we were all duped into believing in a Cold War that was manufactured by 20,000 known Nazis that were serving in the CIA.

The birth of the Deep State was brought about with the National Security State that was founded by Nazis and given the blessing beginning with Truman.

Hitler’s spy master, Reinhard Gehlen developed the “Org” which consisted of hardcore Nazi spooks surrendering to the allies and then giving them information that would be the seeds of paranoia needed to create the Cold War. Remember, The United States saw the advantage of having Nazis working with the CIA in order to keep the momentum going of the anticommunist crusades.

The Org played a role in the creation of the “missile gap,” providing CIA with reports on Soviet missile developments supposedly based on contacts with German scientists captured by the Russians at the end of the war.

The Org played a major role within NATO, too, supplying two–thirds of the raw intelligence on Warsaw Pact countries. The CIA swallowed it up and believed in the Soviet bogeyman stories.

Gehlen was actually exaggerating the Soviet threat. He began a campaign of fostering paranoia in the West about a worldwide communist conspiracy. Gehlen’s strategy was based on the Hegelian dialectic. The more paranoia, crisis and fear of an invisible enemy, the more political space for Hitler’s heirs to move in and secretly reshape American democracy to become a fascist order in which government relinquishes civil rights and rules with an iron fist.

The CIA’s dependence on Gehlen’s information and his constant fear mongering was actually due to its being everything they wanted to hear. It compounded what they were already thinking by providing supposed evidence where there had been none. This made Washington a huge collective sponge for mountains of disinformation. It also increased spending on the Military Industrial Complex.

The United States and the Soviet Union were two sworn enemies of the Third Reich. The Nazi regime collapsed in May 1945, squeezed ever more tightly between two fronts the Soviet Union on one side and the United States on the other. Can we now see where the loyalties of the reformed Nazis belonged after World War II? It wasn’t with the US or Russia. Their loyalties were to Hitler and the destruction of the old Governments and people to make way for the New World Order of the Reich.

There is this cherished rumor in American History that during the Cuban missile crisis, President Kennedy kept a cool head when he learned that the Soviet Union was, without provocation, installing nuclear-armed intermediate-range ballistic missiles in Cuba. With these offensive weapons, which represented a new and existential threat to America, Moscow significantly raised the ante in the nuclear rivalry between the superpowers — a gambit that forced the United States and the Soviet Union to the brink of nuclear Armageddon.

Back when I was a kid, I was told that the United States would not at any time preemptively strike a nation to provoke war, they would however attack in self defense.

I could only surmise that this myth was generated during the time of president Kennedy and how the press bent over backwards to make him look as if he were in total control of the 13 day crisis where Americans were glued to their radios, wondering who would blink first in the nuclear standoff.

In the 1960 presidential election, Kennedy had cynically attacked Richard Nixon from the right, claiming that the Eisenhower-Nixon Administration had allowed a dangerous “missile gap” to grow in the U.S.S.R.’s favor. But in fact, just as Eisenhower and Nixon had suggested and just as the classified briefings that Kennedy received as a presidential candidate indicated, the missile gap, and the nuclear balance generally, was overwhelmingly to America’s advantage.

At the time of the missile crisis, the Soviets had 36 intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), 138 long-range bombers with 392 nuclear warheads, and 72 submarine-launched ballistic-missile warheads (SLBMs). These forces were arrayed against a vastly more powerful U.S. nuclear arsenal of 203 ICBMs, 1,306 long-range bombers with 3,104 nuclear warheads, and 144 SLBMs—all told, about nine times as many nuclear weapons as the U.S.S.R. Nikita Khrushchev was acutely aware of America’s huge advantage not just in the number of weapons but in their quality and deployment as well.

Obviously, our nuclear capabilities were under reported and at the same time it was pure propaganda to insinuate that we wouldn’t strike first and that Russia had a more powerful arsenal than we did.

In his 2002 State of the Union speech, President Bush singled out Iran and North Korea as part of an “axis of evil” along with Iraq. And later that year, in his West Point commencement address, the president announced a new doctrine asserting that, in the post-Sept. 11 world, the United States would need to act against “rogue states” and terrorists who sought to acquire weapons of mass destruction even before they posed a direct threat to the United States.

This expanded concept of pre-emption or what has been newspeaked into being called preventive war was enshrined in the 2002 National Security Strategy of the United States.

Many nations have adopted a No First Use policy when it comes to nuclear strike.

However, we are now seeing that attitude change – as nuclear war has been used as an option to tranquilize the tensions that have developed in the world as of late.

The 2010 Nuclear Posture review reduces the role of U.S. nuclear weapons, stating that, “The fundamental role of U.S. nuclear weapons, which will continue as long as nuclear weapons exist, is to deter nuclear attack on the United States, our allies, and partners.” The U.S. doctrine also includes the following assurance to other states: “The United States will not use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear weapons states that are party to the NPT and in compliance with their nuclear non-proliferation obligations.”

Russia describes its entire military doctrine as defensive. With regard to nuclear weapons specifically, Russia reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in response to the use of nuclear and other types of weapons of mass destruction against it or its allies, and also in case of aggression against Russia with the use of conventional weapons when the very existence of the state is threatened.

China became the first nation to propose and pledge NFU policy when it first gained nuclear capabilities in 1964, stating “not to be the first to use nuclear weapons at any time or under any circumstances.” During the Cold War, China decided to keep the size of its nuclear arsenal small rather than compete in an international arms race with the United States and the Soviet Union.

China has repeatedly re-affirmed its no-first-use policy in recent years, doing so in 2005, 2008, 2009 and again in 2011. China has also consistently called on the United States to adopt a no-first-use policy, to reach a NFU agreement bilaterally with China, and to conclude an NFU agreement among the five nuclear weapon states. The United States has repeatedly refused these calls.

During the 7th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea in 2016, Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un stated that North Korea would “not use nuclear weapons first unless aggressive hostile forces use nuclear weapons to invade on our sovereignty”. However, we have now been warned that North Korea has threatened a pre-emptive attack against the United States using nuclear weapons.

Just recently, North Korea test fired four ballistic missiles. The missiles landed in the Sea of Japan, about 190 miles off the Japanese coast. This has now sent shockwaves through the region and has now put the United States on alert for a possible nuclear strike from North Korea.

North Koreans characterized the action as a logical reaction to the perceived threat of imminent military action by the US and South Korea. They see these actions as pre-emptive.

It appears that the renewed activity of war games by the United States in the region is nothing more than an all out dress rehearsal for a major war with North Korea.

While in Tokyo for his first visit to Asia as Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson said a “new approach” to the North Korea situation is needed. At the same time, the North Koreans themselves were denouncing the United States’ use of heavy firepower in its ongoing drills with South Korea.

“North Korea condemned South Korea and the United States for ‘escalating nuclear attack threats,’ citing the participation of U.S. strategic bombers and the nuclear-powered USS Carl Vinson in joint military drills in South Korea.

It is being reported that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, North Korea’s official name, claims the U.S. is practicing to take out high-value targets in the North:

North Korea’s official news agency, KCNA, said a fleet of B-1B Lancer bombers from the Andersen Air Base on Guam made a stealth flight over the Sangdong firing range of South Korea on Monday for about an hour on a nuclear bomb-dropping drill aimed at making preemptive strikes at major targets of the DPRK.

The question is this: Is the United States baiting North Korea into war, or is North Korea saber rattling again? Are we underestimating their nuclear capabilities?

World opinion is leaning towards the United States creating this problem.

The mainstream media has been announcing to the public that soldiers from the most elite units in the U.S. military, including Delta Force, Navy SEALS, and Army Rangers, are, for the first time, being deployed to South Korea to take part in the drills. The media has made it clear that the military’s stated purpose is “simulating the removal of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.”

If the fact that the U.S. military is making public the movements and intentions of its most elite forces gives you a reason to worry, it should.

The open and blatant reports of what is happening even includes a braggart stance that the SEAL team that took out Osama Bin Laden is now training to take out another American enemy.

Yesterday CNN reported that:

“The US intelligence community and the Defense Department are increasingly anticipating that North Korea will soon undertake a new round of testing of its missile and nuclear program, according to half a dozen US officials.”

Notice how CNN is admitting that an awful lot of knowledge is being made public on the North Korean front.

The odd part is that this wasn’t done when Osama Bin laden was allegedly assassinated. The attack that supposedly killed him was kept a secret until it was announced by Barack Obama that the mission to kill him was a success.

CNN continues to openly discuss the moves of our military:

“In an unusually detailed public acknowledgement of what may be coming,” “Gen. Joseph Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, issued a statement after he spoke to his South Korean counterpart, Gen. Sun Jin Lee, on Tuesday.”

Dunford’s statement claims the two men “assessed changes in North Korea’s nuclear and missile threat” and that they “recognized the possibility that North Korea could conduct proactive actions.”

And now, the U.S. Secretary of State himself is calling for a new strategy on North Korea.

“In the face of an ever-escalating threat it is clear that a new approach is required,” Tillerson said Thursday.

And a new approach is definitely what Tillerson is bringing to the table. The Trump Administration now appears ready and willing to take preemptive military action against North Korea. “If they elevate the threat of their weapons program to a level that we believe requires action, “all options are on the table” he continued.

Remember that the Korean War never officially ended: the fighting stopped when a truce was declared. A peace treaty was never signed: officially, we and our South Korean allies are still at war with North Korea.

As crazy as Kim Jong Un may be, the talk of a preemptive strike proves the insanity is not limited to him and his military.

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